Select the sentence in which all the pronouns are used correctly.

1.Just between you and I, I am not impressed by our new manager.
2.Be sure to divide all the income from the suburban property between he and I.
3.I sat between him and her during the sales conference.
4.I hope shw will keep this between she and I.
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1. Use "between you and me".
2. Use "between him and me".
3. Right.
4. Use "between her and me".

"Between" is a preposition here, demanding the object form of a pronoun.

Chuncan Feng
Thank you, Chuncan Feng, for a clear and succinct answer.

Using the subject pronoun instead of the correct object pronoun is a frequently heard error. It is often used, even by educated people, because they think it sounds more formal, and therefore correct, but this is not true.

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